Health Information Systems Tools
Recognizing that high-quality data are essential to all public health programs, MEASURE Evaluation has developed many tools to strengthen health information systems:
Core tools to stimulate data demand and capacity building and enhance evidence-based decision making.
Methods for assessing M&E plans and systems that collect and report data for program management and reporting.
Methods to increase utilization of facility-based information for decision making about investments in health systems and services.
How Do We Know if a Program Made a Difference? A Guide to Statistical Methods for Program Impact Evaluation
A manual providing an overview of core statistical and econometric methods for program impact evaluation (and, more generally, causal modelling).
A framework that ensure relevant data and guarantees that outcomes will be usable for decision making.
A tool developed to assist health and program managers in obtaining and using information regarding the performance of referral systems.
A resource library of best-practice methods for strengthening vital events monitoring and measurement, including causes of death.